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Blaine Huntington of University of Sunderland Engineering
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Over £1million is being ploughed into the School of Engineering at a North East university, with the investment expected to deliver more graduates...
A19 testos junction
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A £150million package of road improvements to help traffic flows on the A19 in Sunderland and South Tyneside has been announced. The scheme is...
Thomas Hurst OBE, Chief Investment Officer, Sunderland City Council.
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ECONOMIC and business success in Sunderland has been recognised in HM The Queen's Birthday Honours List. Sunderland City Council's Head of Automotive...
Granite Express Tom Hurst, chief investment officer at Sunderland City Council, with Mike Pearson
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A granite and quartz worktop supplier has outlined plans to relocate from Teesside to Wearside as part of a £300,000 investment. Granitexpress has...
vaux site
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The first building on one of Sunderland's most iconic sites – the former Vaux brewery - is starting to take shape, with steelwork now in place. 60,...
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Preparations continue for The Job Show™ North East sponsored by MAKE it Sunderland as employers and organisations from across the region get ready to...
krupp foundation
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Three German students have been living and working in Sunderland for a month as part of an enterprising scheme with the city’s twin town, Essen....
Lear Corporation Ltd, Sunderland
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Lear Corporation in Sunderland has been chosen as the location for the US automotive giant’s European research and development division, against...
Leader of Sunderland City Council Cllr Paul Watson, (left), and Project Director for FVB Joint Venture, Stephen McCaffrey, pictured on the site of the New Wear Crossing.
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The site of Sunderland’s New Wear Crossing has been ranked as ‘exceptional’ following a visit by construction inspectors. The Considerate...
The Job Show North East
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MAKE it Sunderland, has teamed up with the UK’s fastest growing quality face-to-face recruitment and careers event to sponsor the return of The Job...
) l to r David Nordstrom, Cllr Harry Trueman of Sunderland City Council,  Lynne Nellis and Alan Nordstrom. 2 l to r: Lynne Nellis, Cllr Harry Trueman of Sunderland City Council, Alan Norsdstrom and David Nordstrom. 3 l to r: Alan Nordstrom, David Nordstrom, Cllr Harry Trueman, Sunderland City Council and Lynne Nellis
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A family-owned timber merchant which has operated in Sunderland for almost 65 years has doubled in size and invested in new premises in the heart of...
BUSINESSES ARE LINING UP TO BACK SUNDERLAND’S SIGNATURE EVENTS IN 2017 AND 2018
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For the first time, there are opportunities for businesses across Sunderland to support the city’s three signature events: Sunderland International...

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